The New Jersey Devils beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-1 on Wednesday (6th June) at the Staples Center to stay in the Stanley Cup finals and avoid a 4-0 sweep.
Players from both sides looked back on the night's action and forward to game five, scheduled to take place on Saturday at the Prudential Center in New Jersey.
SOUNDBITE: (English) Ilya Kovalchuk/Left Winger for the New Jersey Devils:
"I think the game was good. A physical game. Not much room out there, but we keep sticking to the game plan. Check well and get a goal. A very important goal."
SOUNDBITE: (English) Patrik Elias/Left Winger and Alternate Captain for the New Jersey Devils:
"It doesn't change anything for us than it did before the game.
It just give ourselves another chance and we are going to go home and hopefully get another one."
SOUNDBITE: (English) David Clarkson/Forward with the New Jersey Devils:
"We know what we have to do. We've just, we are only worried about this locker-room. We have got to go out there and play hard, play a full 60 minutes and what ever happens, happens. We have to go out there and play hard every shift."
SOUNDBITE: (English) Drew Doughty/Defenceman for the LA Kings:
"It's just another game, even though it would be great to close it out in front of our home fans. I think we were well prepared, we just didn't play the game in time."
SOUNDBITE (English) Anze Kopitar/ Center and Alternate Captain for the LA Kings:
"I think we kept our emotions in check pretty well. There are areas where we have to be better in game five. We will correct that and we will see what happens:"
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